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How to Take Free Courses from Top Universities

World-famous Harvard University currently offers 42 of its classes for free online. Many of these classes on edX, like Introduction to Computer Science, are self-guided and ready to start anytime you’re are. Others, like AnatomyX, run on a fixed schedule. Some even offer college credit through the Harvard Extension School for a fee; otherwise, completion earns you a nifty free ‘Honor Code’ certificate. You can browse Harvard’s online course listing at edx.org/school/harvardx.

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How to Use Real Estate Trends to Predict the Next Housing Bubble | Harvard Extension School

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27 Simple Ways To Get Your Shit Together

Get over your fear of #publicspeaking with 3 steps! http://www.extension.harvard.edu/hub/blog/extension-blog/3-tips-overcoming-fear-public-speaking

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Undergraduate Degrees | Harvard Extension

Want to know more about computers? Harvard offers a free course online! Lot's of other courses are offered, too. I just focused on my fav ;-)

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Strategic Management & Planning Certificate | Harvard Extension

Harvard offers a certificate in Religious Studies and Education which can be completed online, and is jointly sponsored by Harvard Divinity School and Harvard Extension School, and is designed to provide educators with a multidisciplinary foundation for approaching the study of religion in public school classrooms or in other educational settings focused on learning about religion.

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For advice on Cover Letters to Principals: http://forums.atozteacherstuff.com/showthread.php?t=160429 and http://forums.atozteacherstuff.com/showthread.php?t=160109page=2. This pin is a video for How to Write a Great Resume and Cover Letter: Linda Spencer, assistant director and coordinator of career advising at Harvard Extension School, shares examples of a few strong résumés and explains what makes them standouts. from www.extension.harvard.edu...

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from Perkins School for the Blind

The business of inclusion

The business of inclusion Perkins teams up with Harvard Extension School to launch online course promoting more inclusive hiring policies